September 7th, 2014 • 2014: Nashville
In 10 Years From Now, The State Of Journalism Will Look Like…
We asked a collection of attendees of the Excellence of Journalism 2014 conference to finish the following sentence, “In 10 years from now, the state of journalism will look like ___ .” Here’s what they said:
September 6th, 2014 • 2014: Nashville
Panel Discussion on Media Entrepreneurship with Industry Heavyweights
In recent years, journalism has undergone a profound, all-encompassing change. Old hierarchy structures, job prospects, linear career steps and ways to make money have been disrupted by new jobs, new methods to self brand and new revenue streams. One of the most important issues in this new era in journalism, which is something many journalists still dread, is how to monetize stories.
“OK, Glass.” It’s the phrase that you may be hearing a lot more of in the very near future, and it’s the phrase that’s influencing the next technological generation. The “Google Glass and Wearables: What All Journalists and Newsrooms Should Know (And Test)” session took place Saturday morning, and presenters demonstrated the upcoming Google Glass device along with a few other gadgets.
September 5th, 2014 • 2014: Nashville
Kara Swisher Discusses Pros of Doing What You Love
The successful future journalist is someone who rarely sleeps, is not afraid to fail, probably does not work for a traditional news organization but is having a heck of a good time doing it. That is what Super Session speaker Kara Swisher, the co-CEO of Revere Digital and co-founder of technology news and analysis site Re/Code, told attendees at the Excellence in Journalism Conference.